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Mrs. Jones took him to her house. The boy could hear could hear other roomers laughing and talking in the large house. He knew she was not alone.
Not with that face, I would not take you anywhere with that face.
“Here I am trying to get home to cook me a bite to eat and you snatch my pocketbook! Maybe, you ain’t been to your supper either, late as it be. Have you?” “There’s nobody home at my house,” said the boy.
“I wanted a pair of blue suede shoes,”
“I believe you’re hungry—or been hungry—to try to snatch my pockekbook.”
When they were finished eating she got up and said, “Now, here, take this ten dollars and buy yourself some blue suede shoes. And next time, do not make the mistake of latching onto my pocketbook nor nobody else’s
Thank you ma'am.
What's you name asked the woman "Roger" said the boy " Then, Roger, go wash your face" said the woman. Rodger looked at the door- looked at the woman- looked at the door- and went to the sink.
“Then we’ll eat,” said the woman, “I believe you’re hungry—or been hungry—to try to snatch my pockekbook.” “I wanted a pair of blue suede shoes,” said the boy. “Well, you didn’t have to snatch my pocketbook to get some suede shoes,” said Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones. “You could of asked me.” The woman had a hard time getting what she wanted when she was young too.
The boy wanted to say something else other than “Thank you, m’am” to Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones, but he couldn’t do so as he turned at the barren stoop and looked back at the large woman in the door. He barely managed to say “Thank you” before she shut the door. And he never saw her again.
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